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  1. The United NationsFinancial Situation Yukio Takasu Under-Secretary-General for Management United Nations 9 October 2013

  2. Key Components (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation *Peacekeeping assessments for 2012/2013 fiscal year decreased in 2012 and increased in 2013 due to timing of decision on scale of assessment rates applicable to 2013.

  3. Key Components (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation 31 Dec 2013 (Projected) 16 Oct 2012 31 Dec 2012 *Not including reserve accounts ** Not including letters of assist, and death and disability claims 2

  4. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget: Assessment Status (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation

  5. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget AssessmentsNumber of Member States paying in full at Year-end The United Nations Financial Situation * * At 1 October 2013, compared to 129 Member States as at 5 October 2012 4

  6. Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Barbados Belgium Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cambodia Canada China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Cote d’Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Greece Guatemala Guinea Guyana Haiti Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Liechtenstein Luxembourg Malawi Maldives Malta Marshall Islands Mexico Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Panama Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Rwanda Saint Lucia Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Thailand Tonga Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget AssessmentsFully paid at 1 October 2013: 134 Member States* The United Nations Financial Situation * Compared to 129 Member States at 5 October 2012

  7. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Unpaid Regular Budget Assessments (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Outstanding 6

  8. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget Cash PositionActual (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation • * Resolution 67/254 authorized the use of the Working Capital Fund as a cash flow bridging mechanism to cover payments pending the receipt of insurance settlements related to storm Sandy, with the cash position of the Organization to be monitored and reported to the General Assembly on a regular basis within existing mechanisms. • As at 1 October 2013, the Working Capital Fund has not been utilized for this purpose. 7

  9. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual Figures for Regular Budget for 2012-2013 (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation ** * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** As at 1 October 2013 Disbursements for the rest of 2013 are projected to be around $620 million. 8

  10. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Peacekeeping:Assessment Status at 1 October 2013 (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation * Including assessments within 30-day period for UNIFIL ($426 million) and UNMIL ($371 million) which were issued on 16 and 20 September 2013) 9

  11. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Peacekeeping AssessmentsFully paid - due and payable at 1 Oct 2013: 33 Member States* The United Nations Financial Situation Antigua and Barbuda Australia Austria Canada Congo Costa Rica Cote d’Ivoire Cuba Denmark Finland Germany Hungary Iceland Ireland Latvia Liechtenstein Malawi Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Norway Republic of Korea Saint Lucia Samoa Senegal Sierra Leone Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland Thailand Tuvalu United Republic of Tanzania 10 *Compared to 32 Member States at 11 October 2012

  12. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Unpaid Peacekeeping Assessments*(Actual) (US$ millions) = 35% = 40% *Payments received after the cut-off date of 1 October 2013 are not reflected on this page. ** Including assessments within 30-day period for UNIFIL ($426 million) and UNMIL ($371 million) which were issued on 16 and 20 September 2013 11

  13. Peacekeeping Cash Position Actual Figures for Peacekeeping for 2012-2013 (US$ millions) Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan The United Nations Financial Situation * 12 * At 1 October 2013

  14. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding Payments to Member States Amounts Owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and Contingent-Owned Equipment (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation * Reference A/67/723, table 15 13

  15. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding Payments to Member States Projected 2013 Outstanding Payments (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation a b c d a Payments for troops/formed police unit costs for all missions including supplemental payments are current up to July- Aug 2013, except for MINURSO which is up to Mar 2011, UNFICYP up to Jan 13, and UNMISS, UNMIL and UNISFA up to May 2013. b Payments for troops in the total amount of 159 million are scheduled for 10October 2013. CPayments for COE for active missions are current up to Mar 13 for all missions, except for MINURSO up to Oct 2010, UNFICYP up to Jun 2010, UNMISS and MINUSTAH up to Jan 13. d Payments for COE in the amount of 169 million are scheduled for 11 October 2013 e Does not include Letters of Assist and death and disability claim costs which have balances of $66 million and $1 million respectively as at 1 October 2013.

  16. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding Payment to Member States Amounts Owed for Troops/Formed Police Units and COE at 1 October 2013 (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation 83 Member States TOTAL 862million* *including Letter of assist 15

  17. Regular budget Regular budget Peacekeeping Peacekeeping Tribunals Tribunals Capital Master Plan Capital Master Plan Tribunals: Assessment Status* The United Nations Financial Situation The United Nations Financial Situation * Including assessments for the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. 16

  18. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Tribunal AssessmentsFully paid at 1 October 2013: 96 Member States* The United Nations Financial Situation 17 *Compared to 95 Member States at 5 October 2012

  19. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding Tribunal Assessments at 31 December (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation * 18 * Outstanding as at 1 October 2013

  20. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Unpaid Tribunal Assessments at 1 October 2013 (US$ millions) 97 Member States The United Nations Financial Situation 19

  21. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Tribunals Cash Position Actual Figures for Tribunals for 2012-2013 (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation * 20 * At 1 October 2013

  22. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Capital Master Plan (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation * Not including payments to the working capital reserve fund of $45 million, which had an outstanding balance of $6,300 at 1 October 2013. 21

  23. Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Capital Master Plan Cash Position*Actual figures for CMP Fund for 2012-2013 ($US millions) The United Nations Financial Situation ** 22 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Reserve ** At 1 October 2013

  24. Capital Master Plan Fully paid at 1 October 2013: 166 Member States* Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan The United Nations Financial Situation 23 *Compared to 149 Member States at 5 October 2012

  25. All Assessments Due and payable at 9 October 2013 Paid in Full: 33 Member States* Antigua and Barbuda Australia Austria Canada Congo Costa Rica Cote d’Ivoire Cuba Denmark Finland Germany Hungary Iceland Ireland Latvia Liechtenstein Malawi Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Norway Republic of Korea Saint Lucia Samoa Senegal Sierra Leone Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland Thailand Tuvalu United Republic of Tanzania The United Nations Financial Situation 24 *Compared to 31 Member States at 11 October 2012

  26. Conclusions • The number of Member States meeting full obligations continues to show improvement. For the regular budget, 134 Member States have paid in full, compared to 129 at this time last year. • However, a significant level of unpaid regular budget contributions is concentrated among the remaining Member States The United Nations Financial Situation • Cash positions are projected positive at year end except for the regular budget, which is at a low level. • Projected expenditure of $620 million for the regular budget through end December 2013 will exceed the level of reserves. • Final cash position of the regular budget will depend on last quarter incoming contributions • As committed, every effort has been made to streamline and expedite and as a result outstanding payments to Member States (TCC/COE) is projected to decrease to $423 million at the end of 2013. • Given the limited reserves available, the financial health of the Organization continues to depend on Member States meeting their financial obligations in full and on time. 25